Spatial filtering of holographic lateral-shear interferograms for control of negative-lens aberrations. II

Gusev, V. G.
October 2005
Russian Physics Journal;Oct2005, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p1064
Academic Journal
The conditions for lateral-shear interferogram formation in diffusively scattered fields are analyzed taking into account hologram aberrations for the case of transverse displacement of a mat screen and a negative lens before second photoplate exposure. It is shown that the error of control of wave aberrations of the negative lens results at the hologram reproduction stage when the diffusive field is subject to an off-axis spatial filtering.


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